Whole industries have grown up which hire writers into "content farms," paying them pennies to create verbal statements on virtually every subject.
Hundreds gathered in New York to honor activist and folk singer Anne Feeny during a night filled with music and appreciation for her life's work.
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and the Screen Actors Guild took a step toward merging when AFTRA's board of directors met today by videoconference in Los Angeles and New York.
The U.S. Department of Labor launched a new application for smart-phone users that aims to empower workers to stand up for their rights if employers deny them their hard-earned pay.
Sacramento state worker Darien De Lu put new words to "Which Side Are You On?" and sang this at the California State Capitol, where 1,000 rallied to support Wisconsin workers.
Last week's Laborfest was a first effort dedicated "to showing Oklahomans the rich history and future of the labor movement in our state," and indeed, Oklahomans have bragging rights.
GREENSBORO, N.C. - Nine migrant farmworkers have died in fields across the state from heat stroke, and others suffer from nicotine poisoning and exposure to deadly chemicals.
In the San Francisco Bay Area, July is LaborFest month - a cornucopia of film, video, tours, art, music, theater, panels, workshops and more, delving into the many issues and struggles of today's workers and those of earlier generations, at home and around the world.
As a memorial for the 25 miners who lost their lives this past week in Montcoal, W. Va., at the Massey Energy mine, this poem says more than 100 articles.
In "Forgotten: The Murder at the Ford Rouge Plant," the story of unsung labor hero Lewis Bradford, Methodist minister and union organizer, comes to life in Michigan on March 26.